Atriums, Lanterns & Roof Lights

In addition to conservatories and orangeries, we design atriums, lanterns and roof lights. Aluminium is the optimum material for projects like this. It is light, yet incredibly strong and durable, allowing for more glass to be used in your design; resulting in a living space that lets all the natural light in and a feeling that you’re living outdoors, with nothing to inhibit your view.

Luxury Orangeries

Lanterns & Roof Lights

Lanterns & rooflights are a stunning way to transform your home; many of our customers favour this design when considering a kitchen and dining extension.

There is nothing better than natural light to set the tone for a space and create a room you truly enjoy spending time in. Because of their high walls and glazed roofs, these structures are notoriously hard to reach for maintenance. It is reassuring then that, unlike wood, our aluminium structures require little maintenance other than the occasional clean.

We employ the same ventilation techniques to our roof lights and lanterns as we do to our conservatories, to ensure year round use. Your space will remain cool and inviting, even on the hottest of summer days.


Our glazed atriums transform a space; creating a light-filled area in the heart of the home for you to enjoy. Atriums are increasingly popular structures for making use of an existing and perhaps underused space. Clever use of a bespoke Marston & Langinger atrium allows natural light to flood in.

There are always many options to consider when choosing an extension. Our designers will be with you every step of the way, providing expert advice, even after your project is complete.


We have combined our passion for fine design, gardens and architecture with the strengths and experience of Alitex Manufacturing, the market-leading makers of beautiful aluminium greenhouses, to produce beautiful garden rooms in aluminium.


Choosing a Colour

Marston & Langinger can offer whatever you want from a wide spectrum of colours, from classic shades of white through to muted greens, greys and browns, inspired by our home set in the South Downs. Your choice is almost limitless.



You’re thinking of embarking on a major project so you will have lots of questions about garden rooms and building regulations. Here are some of the most common questions that our customers ask.